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Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources, Grade 9 - 12, Two- and Four-Stroke Engines, 2009

1.) Compare job characteristics of various career opportunities in the power equipment industry.

2.) Demonstrate safety concepts required for performing maintenance on small engine systems.

3.) Identify specific tools used on small engines.

4.) Explain the theory of operation for four-stroke engines.

5.) Identify parts of a four-stroke engine.

•  Diagnosing mechanical system problems in a four-stroke engine
•  Solving mechanical system problems in a four-stroke engine
6.) Explain how the ignition system works in four-stroke engines.

•  Diagnosing ignition system problems in a four-stroke engine
•  Solving ignition system problems in a four-stroke engine
7.) Explain how the fuel system works in four-stroke engines.

•  Diagnosing fuel system problems in a four-stroke engine
•  Solving fuel system problems in a four-stroke engine
8.) Explain the theory of operation for two-stroke engines.

9.) Identify parts of a two-stroke engine.

•  Diagnosing mechanical system problems in a two-stroke engine
•  Solving mechanical system problems in a two-stroke engine
10.) Explain how the ignition system works in two-stroke engines.

•  Diagnosing ignition system problems in a two-stroke engine
•  Solving ignition system problems in a two-stroke engine
11.) Explain how the fuel system works in two-stroke engines.

•  Diagnosing fuel system problems in a two-stroke engine
•  Solving fuel system problems in a two-stroke engine
12.) Identify air and liquid cooling system components and their functions.

•  Explaining the process and need for draining and replacing coolants
•  Diagnosing cooling system problems in small engines
•  Solving cooling system problems in small engines
13.) Identify preventive maintenance procedures for servicing small engines.

14.) Demonstrate procedures for disassembling and cleaning small engines.

15.) Demonstrate the procedure for inspecting small engines for wear.

•  Demonstrating the procedure for measuring engine components
16.) Demonstrate the procedure for assembling a small engine according to the manufacturer's specifications.

17.) Explain the operation of an exhaust system on a four-stroke and a two-stroke engine.

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